Auto Flush® Clamp Polished Chrome Toilet

SKU: FG401805A

The Rubbermaid Commercial Clamp Automatic Flush Toilet Valve is a touch-free flushing system for toilets.

  • Keeps fixtures flushed and presentable.
  • Cost effective for high traffic washrooms.
  • World class reliability
  • Easy installation.
  • No water shut-off required.

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The Rubbermaid Commercial Automatic Flush Urinal Valve is a touch-free flushing system for toilets. This automatic flush for urinals keeps fixtures flushed and presentable, eliminating potential points of cross-contamination while preventing odors.

Features and Benefits:

  • Keeps fixtures flushed and presentable.
  • Cost effective for high traffic washrooms.
  • World class reliability
  • Easy installation.
  • No water shut-off required.
  • 4 "C" batteries lasts up to 100,000 flushes

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length5.31 in13.50 cm
Product Width3.56 in9.04 cm
Product Height3.63 in9.22 cm
Product Weight1.50 lb
Upc00763905018050
Case Pack Length9.00 in22.86 cm
Case Pack Width5.63 in14.29 cm
Case Pack Height5.00 in12.70 cm
Case Pack Weight2.00 lb0.91 kg
Case Pack Quantity1
Ucc10763905018057
Packaging Length5.31 in13.50 cm
Packaging Width3.56 in9.04 cm
Packaging Height3.63 in9.22 cm
ColorPolished Chrome
Material TypePlastic
Country of OriginTaiwan

Documents

Washroom Selection Guide


Certifications & Regulatory Information


ADA

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